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100 1  Dunn, Harry 
245 10 Smile of the Viper.|h[ebook] 
260    Chatham :|bCaffeine Nights Publishing,|c2013 
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490 1  Jack Barclay ;|vv. 1 
500    1 Sarah waved to her friends as they went in different 
       directions at the school gate and as she spotted her mum's
       car near the end of the long line of parked vehicles, 
       started towards it. She had to stop as the door of a 
       parked 4X4 swung open in front of her with a man leaning 
       over the empty front passenger seat with a map in his hand
500    2 'Excuse me, can you help me?' and gestured to her to 
       come over to the open door. Instinctively she moved 
       towards him and as she ducked down, felt her body being 
       wrenched into the front passenger seat. She felt little as
       his fist smashed into her face knocking her out cold. In 
       seconds he had hauled her into the vehicle and pulled the 
       door shut. The 4x4 swung out into the slow moving traffic 
       and careered down the road forcing drivers to mount the 
       pavement to avoid a collision. Horns blared as .. 
505 8  3 Jill was changing stations on the radio and when she 
       looked up Sarah had gone. A dark 4x4 raced past her with 
       horns blasting all around. Mothers and schoolchildren 
       scattered as the vehicle mounted the pavement to gain 
       speed round all the slow moving cars. She was startled and
       wondering what was going on. She opened her door and 
       started running towards the spot where she had seen Sarah.
       A mother was shouting, 'Someone took her.'Chapter 48; 
       Chapter 49; Chapter 50; Chapter 51; Chapter 52; Chapter 
       53; Chapter 54; Chapter 55; Chapter 56; Chapter 57; 
       Chapter 58; Chapter 59; Chapter 60; Chapter 61 
505 8  Chapter 62Chapter 63; Chapter 64; Chapter 65 
520    London private investigator Jack Barclay is on the trail 
       of financier Tom Stanton who has disappeared with 
       £1million of clients' money, leaving his desperate wife 
       and children behind. Stanton's Parisian mistress, Danielle,
       is also involved with the boss of a drug smuggling cartel 
       and Stanton is seduced into laundering money for them. 
       When £4million of drugs cash goes missing and Tom is the 
       suspect, he and Danielle go on the run. The stakes are 
       raised with the kidnapping of Stanton's daughter, and Jack
       finds himself in a race to find Stanton before the mob do.
       As he hunts him down, he unco 
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650  0 Cartels|zEngland|zLondon|vFiction 
650  0 Money laundering|zEngland|zLondon|vFiction 
650  0 Kidnapping|zEngland|zLondon|vFiction 
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651  7 England|zLondon.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01204271 
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